TODAY’S YESTERDAY ALBUM – Here’s RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE With ‘The Battle Of Los Angeles’…

Memorable longplayers from the past…

‘The Battle Of Los Angeles’
RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE

Released: 2 November 1999
Third album

ROLLING STONE wrote: “There are no love songs, just abused altar boys. No cries of alienation, just calls to arms for peasant Mexican rebels. The fact that music about events so removed from the lives of most American teens has become immensely successful speaks to Rage’s preaching style: They come armed not with a sword but with a microphone. RATM may never ignite the youth war they want to see. But at last, with The Battle of Los Angeles, they’ve managed to win a war within — one in which the band’s notoriously feuding members have come together to produce a sound that’s not quite louder than a bomb but that’s definitely as loud as Led Zeppelin II.” – Score: 4/5

TURN UP THE VOLUME‘s favorite track: SLEEP NOW IN THE FIRE

Album in full

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RATM: Website – Facebook – Discography


RATM at Woodstock Festival 1999 – looks rather like 2018

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